Reporting from South Africa, Drew Griffin looks into the media coverage of Oscar Pistorius, which some say purposely casts him in a positive light.
Tonight on AC360, Christiane Amanpour and Larry King discuss how Venezuelan Pres. Chavez will be remembered in his country and globally.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has died at the age of 58.
CNN correspondent Shasta Darlington (@ShastaCNN) is in Caracas covering Chavez's death for all CNN platforms. CNN en Español anchor Juan Carlos Lopez (@jclopezcnn), who interviewed Chavez in 2010, is providing analysis from Washington, D.C. while senior Latin American affairs editor Rafael Romo (@RafaelRomoCNN) is covering from Atlanta. CNN's Havana-based correspondent Patrick Oppmann (@CNN_Oppmann) is reporting on Chavez's ties to Cuba, and the country's reaction to the Venezuelan president's death.
CNNE's Patricia Janiot (@patriciajaniot), who interviewed Chavez several times, and Fernando Del Rincon (@fdelrinconCNN) are in Caracas covering reaction to Chavez's death and what the future holds for Venezuela.
iReport, CNN's global participatory news community, is asking users to share thoughts on Chavez' legacy here.
This post will be updated as additional coverage details become available.
CNN chief Washington correspondent Jake Tapper will sit down with former Florida Governor Jeb Bush today to discuss his stance on immigration, the state of the Republican Party and his 2016 aspirations. Tapper’s interview with Bush will air in part during the 1 p.m. hour of CNN Newsroom with additional portions airing during The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Anderson Cooper 360º from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The Lead with Jake Tapper, CNN’s new Washington-based program, will debut this month in the network’s 4 p.m. hour.